Baghdad Curfew Lifted in Time For Bombers; 182 Killed across Iraq

The United States has deployed search and rescue aircraft to northern Iraq after the United Arab Emirates suspended their operations following the capture of a Jordanian pilot in Syria.

At least 182 people were killed and 39 more were wounded.

A years-long evening curfew in Baghdad has been suspended thanks to improving security. A late evening bomb in Yusufiya killed one person and wounded three more. A bomb wounded four in Ur. Three were injured by a blast in Shabb. A body was found in Bab al-Sham. A body was found in Fudhaliyah. A civilian was shot to death in Baghdad al-Jadida. Another civilian was shot in Jihad. 

An attack on security forces in Muthanna left 11 dead and 22 wounded.

Militants burned three people to death in Hit.

A married couple was executed in Shirqat for allegedly cooperating with security forces.

Gunmen killed a woman in Basra.

In Meshahda, a bomb wounded four people.

A bomb in Bahizh wounded three Peshmerga.

A suicide bomber harmed several security personnel in Haditha.

Clashes in Khafsa left 11 militants dead. Eight militants were killed in Hoz. Three soldiers were killed in the two operations.

Security forces killed 70 militants in Baiji.

French airstrikes likely killed 50 militants somewhere between Baiji, Kirkuk, and Mosul.

Nine militants were killed in Ramadi.

In Mosul, eight militants were killed in an airstrike.

Author: Margaret Griffis

Margaret Griffis is a journalist from Miami Beach, Florida and has been covering Iraqi casualties for since 2006.